The Seattle Public Schools Special Education Parent Partners Program assists parents and
guardians of students with an IEP (Individual Education Plan), to navigate SPS, the IEP process, and to access community resources. This program connects trained and experienced Parent Partners with parents and guardians who want support in their child’s IEP and special education process. It is the goal of this program to foster an atmosphere of family/professional collaboration in special education in Seattle Public Schools.
SPS Special Ed PTSA Meetings
Wednesday, June 13.(7:00 – 9:00 PM) – John
Stanford Center for Educational Excellence
The Seattle Special Education PTSA is made up of Seattle area parents, educators, friends, and students with disabilities. We strive to be a racially, culturally, and socioeconomically inclusive group that is representative of the students we serve. We have regular meetings throughout the school year. These meetings are often attended by SPS Special Education administrators (sharing new information and answering questions from parents and staff) and feature guest speakers from a variety of areas related to special education. Please consider joining us. See our website for more information. All meetings are 7 – 9 PM in the auditorium at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence, 2445 3rd Avenue South. Please join us at one of our upcoming meetings on Tues, May 1 and Wed, June 13.